Having only one flour option for baking and frying is long gone. With the surge in gluten-free living, various alternative flours can be used to make baked products, sauces, gravies, and other dishes. Varied flours can offer different flavors and textures to recipes if you love experimenting with various flours or if you cannot consume wheat or gluten. Arrowroot flour is one such alternative.
Per cup of arrowroot flour, there are 457 calories. These, too, are almost exclusively derived from carbohydrates. Arrowroot flour is manufactured from the tuber of the arrowroot plant, which is native to Indonesia.